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I wanted to know how the brain of someone with a great memory differs from that of an average memory. This memory does not have to be eidetic, or highly superior autographical or even hyperthymesia. It’s just a memory that is better than average. I know that the temporal lobe and caudate nucleus are often involved with memory retention but are they enlarged?

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